Taking a Bold Action by Meggin McIntosh, PhD

By meggin@meggin.com
In Women
Dec 16th, 2013

Are you ready to take a bold action?  Could you be more productive if you were more bold?

 “Fortune befriends the bold.”  — John Dryden

Is bold a word you use to describe yourself, your behaviors, your thoughts, and your actions?  If you haven’t imagined yourself as bold – up ’til now – What do you need to be bold about?  Here are ten prompts to consider:

  1. Do you need to make a bold claim?
  2. Do you need to set a bold goal?
  3. Do you need to make a bold break?
  4. Do you need to have a bold conversation?
  5. Do you need to engage in a bold cause?
  6. Do you need to make a bold physical change in yourself or your environment?
  7. Do you need to deliver a bold testimonial?
  8. Do you need to offer a bold alternative?
  9. Do you need to make a bold decision?
  10. Do you need to find a bold friend and accountability partner?

See if one of these questions helps you think about an area where you want to be more bold.  What could open up for you if you were more bold?

gap_guide_deliberately_designing_your_professional_presence_perspective_newFor more suggestions related to designing your professional presence for success, you will want to access the Get a Plan! Guide® to Deliberately Designing Your Professional Presence, which is part of the Get a Plan! Guides® series. The Get a Plan! Guide® series will give you the ideas and inspiration to do your work easier, faster, and in a more focused fashion – so that you can accomplish your goals more smoothly, i.e., peacefully, productively, and predictably.